Sake Tasting, Sushi Rolls, and Bottle of Sake for Two or Four at Tokyo Playground (Up to 56% Off) 

Dublin

72% of 29 customers

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In a Nutshell

Pair four different types of sake with fresh sushi in a restaurant with a sports-bar vibe, high-definition TVs, and upbeat music

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must be 21 or over with valid ID for alcohol. Valid only at Dublin location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

$30 for a sushi and sake tasting for two (up to a $65.75 total value)

  • Sake tasting for two people (a $19.90 value)
  • Two standard sushi rolls (up to a $7.95 value each)
  • One 750-milliliter bottle of Black & Gold sake (a $29.95 value)<p>

$45 for a sushi and sake tasting for four (up to a $101.55 total value)

  • Sake tasting for four people (a $39.80 value)
  • Four standard sushi rolls (up to a $7.95 value each)
  • One 750-milliliter bottle of Black & Gold sake (a $29.95 value)<p>

Sake tastings include 1.5-ounce pours of three different cold sakes for each guest. The selection of standard rolls includes spanish mackerel, big-eye tuna, salmon, and other fresh selections.<p>

Tokyo Playground

Clad in revealing outfits, Tokyo Playground's beautiful waitresses don't adhere to the quiet formalness normally associated with Japanese dining. Then again, at Tokyo Playground, neither does anything else. Helped by its scantily clad waitstaff, the restaurant instead throws on the mantle of a rowdy American sports bar, pairing Japanese cuisine with upbeat music and sports broadcast on HDTVs. Like a dolphin's toy box, the menu is predominantly filled with sushi—36 specialty rolls include the Fiesta roll with spicy tuna, sweet fried tofu, and avocado. Forgoing the roll, the nigiri and sashimi selection includes live giant clams and spanish mackerel. Bento boxes pair sushi or teriyaki entrees with rice and salad, and a chef's-choice sushi combo gives the chef license to pair rolls thought up on the spot. Of course, pockets of the menu highlight the sports-bar angle with snacks such as the japanese nachos covered in spicy ground tuna. To wash it all down, the bar slings sake bombs made from hot sake and Sapporo.


Reviews

Really cool place. They had creative rolls, and the fish tasted fresh.

Lisa H., Yelp!, 4/2/13

For a sports bar, the sushi was really good, fresh and value for money. The lobster rail was a hit

Eddie I., Yelp!, 5/31/13

Tips

72% of 29 customers

  • “We had a great time. Our waitress Kim was awesome and made sure we had a good time for my husbands 40th Birthday. The sushi was good. The restaurant turns into a...”

    “We had a great time. Our waitress Kim was awesome and made sure we had a good time for my husbands 40th Birthday. The sushi was good. The restaurant turns into a dance club at night and they allowed us to stay in so we didn't have to pay the cover charge, that was nice. I will definitely return:)”

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    Dublin

    4100 Grafton Street

    Dublin, California 94568

    831-524-3326

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